Poll: What Is George Harrison's Best Beatles Song?
In honor of George Harrison's 69th birthday, we ask you to choose his best song as a Beatle.
When "Don't Bother Me" appeared on the With The Beatles album in 1963, Beatles guitarist George Harrison officially became a songwriter.
Many other great Harrison compositions followed, of course, from "I Need You" to "Taxman" to "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" to "Here Comes the Sun."
But what was Harrison's best song as a member of The Beatles?
In honor of Harrison's 69th birthday -- this Saturday, February 25 -- we're asking you to choose his best Fab Four composition. All of his official EMI Beatles compositions are listed alphabetically in the poll below. We'll post the poll results on Saturday.
Harrison died November 29, 2001, at age 58.
Thanks for voting!
The new Spring 2012 issue of Guitar Aficionado features an up-close look at George Harrison’s greatest guitars and the new iPad app, "The Guitar Collection: George Harrison." Check it out now at the Guitar World Online Store.
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